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Apartment Building for Four Friends / Lussi+Halter Partner AG + Lola Domenech

Cortesía de Lola Domenech © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula + 25

Barcelona, Spain
  • Architects: Lola Domènech, Lussi + Halter
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 913.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2019

Costa Brava House / Roman Izquierdo Bouldstridge

© Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula + 21

New Access to Gironella's Historic Center / Carles Enrich

© Adrià Goula
© Adrià Goula

© Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula + 36

Gironella, Spain
  • Architects: Carles Enrich
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2015

Barcelona Building Construmat Ephemeral Space / Josep Ferrando Architecture

© Adrià Goula
© Adrià Goula

© Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula + 18

Barcelona, Spain

Colvin Florist / Roman Izquierdo Bouldstridge

© Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula + 16

Barcelona, Spain

Vallirana 47 Building / Vora

© Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula + 37

Barcelona, Spain
  • Architects: Vora
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 490.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2018

7 Examples Where Physical Activities Were the Catalyst Behind A Neighborhood Regeneration

People often gather around sports activities, whether they are the ones exercising or the ones cheering. This internationally recognized social interest brings everyone together seamlessly, regardless of their background, gender, culture, ethnicity and so on.

Urban regeneration can take different aspects, and one of the most prominent and efficient solutions that can reconcile a community with itself and its surroundings is a sports function. In fact, this purpose encourages people to reclaim their fundamental right to public spaces and regenerate demoted, hostile or forgotten areas.

Read on to discover examples from all over the world, where physical activities made an urban impact on the neighborhood and the community.

House in Mas Nou / 05 AM Arquitectura

© Adria Goula © Adria Goula © Adria Goula © Adria Goula + 31

  • Architects: 05 AM Arquitectura
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 311.0 ft2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2018

Tamariu House / 05 AM Arquitectura

© Adria Goula © Adria Goula © Adria Goula © Adria Goula + 31

Tamariu, Spain
  • Architects: 05 AM Arquitectura
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 338.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2018

Our House / Tallerdarquitectura

© Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula + 23

Bordils, Spain
  • Architects: Tallerdarquitectura
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 150.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2018

Palma Intermodal Station Entrance / Joan Miquel Segui

© Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula + 28

Palma, Spain
  • Architects: Joan Miquel Seguí
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 270.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2018

Sant Antoni Lofts / Roman Izquierdo Bouldstridge

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Sala Beckett / Flores & Prats

© Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula + 21

Barcelona, Spain
  • Architects: Flores & Prats
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 2923.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2014

School and Daycare Projects for Different Climates

European children spend approximately 200 days a year at primary school. Even though the academic year in most parts of the world is not as long as in Europe, the place where children and adolescents spend the most time, following their own homes, is usually in educational institutions. These can be places for learning, playing and socializing, and as sad as it may be, they can also be safer places for children living in environments of abandonment, hunger, and violence, providing them with opportunities and even meals. A United Kingdom-wide survey found that the differences in physical characteristics of classrooms accounted for 16% of the variations in learning progress over the course of a year. In other words, the better a classroom is designed, the better children perform academically. According to the study, the factors that most affect children are sunlight, indoor air quality, acoustic environment, temperature, the design of the classroom itself and the stimulation within it.

El Til·ler School / Eduard Balcells + Tigges Architekt + Ignasi Rius Architecture

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Bellaterra, Spain